[Scribus] Re: Scribus Nachrichtensammlung, Band 7, Eintrag 33
Fri Sep 26 14:32:36 CEST 2003
Thanks for your suggestions. I installed FLTK using Fink, but when i
try to compile XPP, I am receiving an error message. Everything is
fine when I type the ./configure command. But, when I type "make", the
terminal simply scrolls up two three pages quickly, and shows the
following error on the last screen.
> mainwindow.cxx:1367: syntax error before `->' token
> mainwindow.cxx:1369: syntax error before `->' token
> make: *** [mainwindow.o] Error 1
I wrote to Till, but haven't heard from him. This is probably the
wrong place to ask this question, but since you are an expert at this i
thought I might ask. I am a Mac user.
> On Sun, 2003-09-21 at 10:34, Sunil Joshi wrote:
> > >> Hi
> > >> I am a new user of Scribus, using 1.0.1 on X11 (Mac). In creating
> > >> letterhead, in the document set up I set the top margin of 0.5
> > >> and
> > >> laid out graphics on the page such that it would start right at
> > >> top
> > >> margin. However when I print the page, I see a one inch margin
> > >> on top of the 0.5 inch margin I had set. I changed the document
> > >> up
> > >> to 0.0 inches top margin, and I still see a one inch margin
> added. I
> > >> wonder what is going on, and if my printer has anything to do
> with it.
> > >> I am using Brother HL-5070N laser printer. Any help would be
> > >> appreciated.
> > >>
> > >> Thanks
> > >> Sunil
> > >>
> > >
> > >
> > > What happens when you export a PDF ?
> > When I export it to Acrobat, it prints the graphic all the way up by
> > the top edge of the page not adding the one inch top margin that
> > Scribus seems to add.
> > -Sunil
> Scribus uses the same settings for exporting PDF, as printing to a
> printer. Thus, this probably specific to your printer.
> There are some notes here:
> Relating to margins and your printer model. They recommend using XPP,
> which I have used before with Scribus and it does work very well. I
> this until kprinter came with KDE3, but before Franz added direct
> support for CUPS.
> Hope that helps,
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